Oct 1, 2011 8:00pm EDT
race issues in america. this is one hour and 15 minutes. [applause] >> joining us today is melissa harris-perry, previously on the faculties of princeton university and the university of chicago, she is currently professor of political science at tulane university where she is the founding director of the cooper project on race and politics in the south. her belief in the classroom has a critical space for democratic reflection is reflected in the fact that she has taught students from grade school through graduate school. her interest are in the study of african american political thought, black religious ideas and practice, and social and clinical psychology. perth writing frequently appears in many scholarly journals and newspapers. she also writes a monthly column for "the nation." she is a frequent contributor to msnbc. she is the youngest scholar to dubois the the e.b. did ww.e.b. lecture. she is the youngest woman ever to deliver the where dexter. she is the author of the unborn when the book -- barbershops, bibles, and be e.t. -- everyday talk and black political thought."
Oct 1, 2011 11:00pm EDT
sectors. looking at land use, land use change forestry. and cdms. which mechanisms. and forecasting and sustaining our livelihoods. lord speaker and honorable parliamentarians, climate change is not tackled now will have adverse effect and cost in the near future. demanding our support in advocating for sustainable development. honorable parliamentarians, with substantial investment and renewable energy and favor into adaptation programs, we will ensure that we obtain emission reductions that's proposed by the progressive youthar lines. the commonwealth has its -- which is the agriculture already facing challenges brought by the issues of climate change. and surprised when the minster agriculture was calling for 60% reduction in 2040. i thought it was a little ridiculous. and we're a country -- and also agree with me that we're a country with nations that are in the -- such as maldives and we need to take drastic measures as threatened by sea levels. and yes, lord speaker and honorable parliamentarians, we are the leaders and yes we're ambitious and also looking at the long-term eff